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Adobe has released a comprehensive Premiere Pro Guide aimed specifically at long-form and episodic filmmakers.

Adobe has curated the vast amount of often hard won knowledge from close to two decades of Adobe Premiere Pro non-linear editing into a single, downloadable document, The Adobe Premiere Pro Best Practices & Workflow Guide. Effectively it’s a deep-dive anthology of expert, step-by-step advice and illustrated examples, written by a team of industry experts and leading Adobe engineers.

The idea is that users are not continuously reinventing the wheel, but have a single resource that provides a detailed look at the recommendations and vetted procedures that have worked for some of its high profile customers over the years.

As such it unsurprisingly covers a broad range of essential topics; everything from how to configure and optimize your settings, to establishing best practices for offline dailies and navigating the remaining workflow all the way through turnovers and final deliverables.

Other key syllabus include:

Hardware & Settings

Understand how Premiere Pro uses the power of modern computer hardware so you can find a system to meet your needs. Learn about which preferences matter for high-end workflows.

Working with Dailies

Starting with industry fundamentals, learn how Premiere Pro integrates into a broader post-production pipeline. Detailed consideration of dailies workflows will make sure your project starts on the right track.

Working with Productions

Productions are essential to using Premiere Pro with an editorial team and change how Premiere Pro works in fundamental ways. This chapter shows the power of breaking up your single project into a Production, plus teaches an understanding of this new clip referencing paradigm.

Multi-Camera Editing

Premiere Pro features a deep and flexible Multi-Camera editing workflow. This chapter explains in depth how to understand which workflow is appropriate in which situations and gives you the knowledge to confidently create your Multicams and get to work.

Dynamic Link with After Effects

Dynamic Link is a powerful way to see your After Effects work like titles or visual effects right in Premiere Pro’s timeline, without rendering. Learn how to make Dynamic Link work for a collaborative editorial team.

Turnovers

This chapter includes the best practices for turning over to color, audio mix, and VFX. Learn how to prepare your timeline and which settings are best for your workflow.

Remote and Cloud-Based Workflows

Premiere Pro is part of a broad ecosystem that supports an array of remote and cloud-based workflows. Learn what’s available today and find out more here.

“We hope this will be a helpful resource for editors around the world for years to come,” says the company in an introductory blog post.

You can download The Adobe Premiere Pro Best Practices & Workflow Guide here.

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Killexams : Adobe MD: 'Any debate around the value of digital is done and won'

Peter Bell is UKI Marketing Director at software giant Adobe and answers our questions in the latest of Press Gazette’s Marketing Maestro interviews. This series is produced in association with Lead Monitor, New Statesman Media Group’s content- and solution-driven marketing arm.

What has been your proudest achievement in your current role?

Having come into the business via an acquisition and having been in leadership roles for a number of years now, I’m acutely aware of the importance of team culture, especially when entire teams and companies are joining en masse. I’d say my proudest achievement is getting our team culture to the place it is now, where we’ve brought people from different backgrounds and companies together into a really great team.  We’ve also got a great relationship with our colleagues in sales, which isn’t always easy and has been fundamental to some strong business results.

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Which media channels do you see as most important and best value when it comes to marketing spend and activity?

It has to be digital. The past two years have proven beyond all doubt that digital channels are effective – both in terms of costs and results.

Pre-pandemic there were many industries where annual trade shows and corporate away days were the top of the agenda in terms of marketing spend, but all that was forced to change when the pandemic hit.

Today, having had that two-year hiatus where ‘normal’ has been suspended, the value of digital channels has really been proven. I don’t expect we’ll stay 100% digital forever because human interaction is key in the B2B sales cycle, but any debate around the value of digital is done and won.

What are the key differences between B2C and B2B marketing?

I’ve worked in both B2C and B2B marketing and the lines between both continue to blur. The fundamentals of what makes a great B2C campaign are no different to those that make a great B2B campaign: Engaging, relevant content served on the right channel to the right person at the right time to drive an action.

The delivery platforms for B2B and B2C used to be different: Out-of-home, TV, print, radio, retail to reach consumers and a mix of trade shows, trade press, smaller in-person events and telemarketing for B2B.  The delivery channels have now largely converged and whether you’re a business leader, decision-maker or practitioner, you’re still a consumer and you’re consuming personal & business content across the same channels.  Across social media, web and commerce you have the have the same expectations in your professional capacity as you do as a consumer. Your B2B customer experience is being compared to Netflix, Amazon, and all of the other services we use every day.

As a result, the expectations for digital interactions are higher than ever before and it’s important to have consistency across all channels, including your sales team. One voice, one message.

What for you is the key to any successful marketing campaign – what actually makes a ‘good lead’?

A good lead is one that results in new business and adds to the top-line. I place a high value on the use of an ideal customer profile (ICP) – that captures the prospect’s role, industry, company size and current digital footprint.  Getting that right requires close collaboration between sales and marketing teams, but the impact can be enormous. I’m never happier than when a lead that comes in as a result of a campaign matches our ideal customer profile and ultimately leads to a sale and a long-term relationship.

How important is technology in modern marketing?

Technology is fundamental to any and every marketing activity today. Modern marketing is a blend of creativity and technology, and the fact is that even offline channels are defined and augmented by digital tools and capabilities. Every audience – whether it’s B2B or B2C is now digital first, and they increasingly expect an outstanding and personal digitally driven experience from brands.

Having great creative campaigns and engaging content is one thing, but understanding how to get it in front of the intended audience at the right time, on their favoured channel, presented in a way that is highly relevant to them and what they care about in the moment is what makes it effective.

Even experiential pop-ups are not entirely offline as they’re geared towards shares and interactions on social media. If an experiential event takes place and no-one tweets about it, did it really happen?

What are the biggest pain points in a marketing campaign?

You always want to be able to move faster so time-to-market is my biggest pain point. Striking the right balance between acting quickly and with agility, and making thorough, considered plans has always been a major challenge for marketers. However pressed for time we are, quick and ineffective is not a solution and so a little bit of patience goes a long way.

And finally, if you could ask your peers for one piece of advice or help, what would it be?

I’d love to know of a reliable resource for company information that’s accurate for EMEA.  In our business being able to identify ideal customers relies on being able to find out information on number of employees, turnover, subsidiaries and much more.  If anyone can recommend one, I’m all ears.

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Killexams : FinOps Foundation Research Shows Field of FinOps Expands as Companies Move to Cloud

New survey finds 45% of FinOps Practitioners make $100K-plus a year

PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- More companies in more industries are starting and growing FinOps teams and practices as they shift to the cloud and seek a better handle on forecasting and planning cloud migration and spend, according to a new survey conducted by the non-profit organization the FinOps Foundation

FinOps Foundation is dedicated to advancing people who practice the discipline of cloud financial management through best practices, education, and standards

FinOps, the field of cloud financial management, is also emerging as a lucrative career. More than 45% of practitioners surveyed make over $100K a year with the average career tenure at three years.

The State of FinOps 2022 survey, which helps companies better focus and innovate around real-time cloud financial management, included more than 1,000 FinOps practitioners from around the world and companies representing more than $40 billion in collective cloud spend. It is the second annual "State of FinOps" report.

The State of FinOps

This year's survey results underscore that Global 2000 companies continue to adopt FinOps and, while companies do so in a myriad of ways, the end result is a more scalable and successful FinOps culture and practice.

More than half of the respondents (54%) represent industries other than financial services and technology companies, indicating that FinOps is proliferating beyond the early adopters wanting to make sense of cloud costs. Respondents from industries included telecommunications, retail, manufacturing and Energy were included.

Also, 45% of respondents represented organizations with 10,000 or more employees. FinOps practitioners report to CTOs (43%), CIOs (24%) and CFOs (17%), indicating its cross functional role, but there were also regional variances in reporting structures

"This survey validates that FinOps isn't just a technical engineering discipline nor is it solely finance based. It's a cultural one that brings together finance, engineering, product and management," says J.R. Storment, executive director of the FinOps Foundation. "Coupled with the fact that most who responded were planning to nearly double the size of their FinOps teams in the next year, there are simply not enough skilled practitioners in this emerging field to fill all the open roles. What we learn from this work will shape how we continue to build and redefine best practices and education of FinOps for our global community of practitioners to fill that need."

Leading Challenges, Activities

Not surprisingly, cost allocation (the ability to report back where cloud spend originated by team or business unit) was identified as the No. 1 priority by 39% of practitioners and it ranked among the top 3 priorities for 64% of respondents surveyed.

While cost allocation is, by far, the leading FinOps activity, it also poses a cultural challenge. Repeating the top result of last year, encouraging engineers to take action on cost optimization remains a top challenge for all companies, although this does alter when you split it out by maturity of the FinOps practice.

Other Key FinOps Insights:

  • Automation is on the rise, with just 25% of respondents reporting that they have no automation, down from 49% in last year's survey. Of respondents who automate, budget overage notifications, reporting, and tagging hygiene are the most common things to automate.
  • Barriers to FinOps automation are driven by technical resource availability (35%) and FinOps adoption (29%).
  • The average FinOps team size is five, and teams are expected to grow. Many companies are in the early stages with 36% of respondents working on FinOps but lacking a team.
  • FinOps is being promoted almost equally via executive directive (46%), organic adoption (45%), and grass roots (43%).

Along with concerns around cost, enabling automation, container cost reporting and reducing wasted and unused resources were noted as key challenges to tackle in the year ahead, especially among respondents representing more advanced FinOps practices.

"These challenges grow in complexity as spend and usage grows," says Storment. "The FinOps Foundation community continues to tackle all of these challenges, creating practical guides and content for every member to use."

The FinOps Foundation has more than 7,000 active members and practitioners contributing to an industry-leading framework, which includes best practices and learnings from innovative organizations and cloud providers such as the Mayo Clinic, Chevron, Target, Box, Expedia, Atlassian, HSBC and Google Cloud Platform.

For more survey insights, access the report here and watch previous virtual events covering the data on the FInOps Foundation's YouTube channel

About the FinOps Foundation

The FinOps Foundation (F2) is a program of the non-profit trade association The Linux Foundation. It is dedicated to advancing every individual who manages the value of cloud with enriching connections, professional advancement, and building capabilities wherever they are. The FinOps Foundation community includes 7000+ individual members, from more than 2800 companies who consume public cloud including Atlassian, Spotify, HSBC, Fidelity, Adobe, Target, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Chevron. 

Contact: PR@LinuxFoundation.org

 

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Pathways to Recovery is a free and confidential drug and alcohol service for adults (including offenders), families and carers in Warrington. Our recovery teams work across the Borough of Warrington. These include Doctors, Recovery Coordinators, Nurses, Recovery Champions, Peer mentors and Volunteers.

We operate an open access service, meaning 6 days a week you can just walk in and ask to see someone about your needs. What will follow is a one to one intervention with a recovery coordinator, who will assess your needs and agree a plan of action to meet those needs. Alternatively you can speak to your GP, your support worker, mental health practitioner or housing officer who can refer you to us. Following this referral we will contact you and agree a date for you to come in.

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Killexams : Climate Action Collaborative: How a regional transportation authority would address climate change and social justice

As a climate action and sustainability practitioner, I try to be as thoughtful as possible about the impact of my personal transportation behaviors. Public transportation and commutability have long been hailed as a way to curb emissions , and not to mention, rising gas prices have made public transit options a lot more appealing.

When I moved to Eagle, I researched the bus routes to and from Avon to get me to work every day. To give you an idea of what this would entail, I would have to catch the ECO Transit bus at 7:45 a.m. to make it to work by 9 a.m. waking up around 6 a.m. in order to accomplish my desired morning routine. Taking the bus back down to Eagle would get me to my house at around 6:30 p.m.

Comparing this to the time and convenience of taking my personal vehicle, I felt like my public transit options were cumbersome, especially in a community with ambitious climate goals and a workforce that primarily lives downvalley.



The inclination for more comprehensive public transit options in the Eagle County community is widespread and gaining traction, though. In January 2020 , the Vail and Beaver Creek Economic Advisory councils met to discuss the need for an improved transit system for the Eagle River Valley.

Since these conversations transpired, the development of a regional transportation authority from Gypsum to Vail has come to fruition. The transit goals of the potential RTA would be to enhance transit service and increase ridership, create multimodal integration across the county, develop stronger collaboration and efficiencies across the valley’s four transit agencies — ECO Transit, Epic Mountain Express, Avon Transit, and Vail Transit — and explore the ability to expand transit into the future.



In short, it would finance expanding routes and increase the frequency of current and future routes. As it currently stands, the formation committee and technical committee members representing Eagle County, municipalities, and metro districts are working through the legal, financial, and technical details of creating and funding an RTA for the Eagle County community. If all goes as planned, the RTA will be included on the ballot for our community members to vote on in the November 2022 election.

The creation of and successful vote on an RTA would be big news for our community’s climate action goals. As of 2020, ground transportation accounted for roughly 37% of our CO2 emissions, being the single largest contributor to emissions in the county.

Getting more people out of their cars and onto public transit supports our Climate Action Plan goals of reducing single-occupancy vehicle commuter trips and encourages freeing up parking spaces in the valley, especially in tourism-congested areas where parking is commonly limited.



Beyond reduced CO2 emissions, fewer cars on the road mean a healthier community. Pollution born from ground transportation increases respiratory ailments, the risk of life-threatening medical conditions, and can harm other living beings such as plants and animals. Supporting the formation of an RTA is a climate-friendly decision.

However, the last time I wrote in the Vail Daily, I shared some vulnerable pieces of my background that culminated in my desire to address environmental and social justice issues. Additional to the climate benefits in Eagle County, the RTA provides a pathway to address social justice in our community.

On average, Eagle County residents commute 23 minutes to get to work. Much of the Eagle County workforce lives downvalley due to the high cost of living, and these are also the same folks that are likely more reliant on public transit. Expanding our public transit infrastructure through an RTA-driven increase in routes and frequency alleviates strain on Eagle County’s workforce livelihood, and is an identified vision for transportation equity in Colorado .

So, what can you, as a citizen, do to champion the RTA formation? Urge the Board of County Commissioners and your municipality’s leaders to put the RTA on the ballot for November’s election, and urge your fellow community members to vote in the upcoming elections. The RTA can be a means to support both climate action and social justice in our community, and your encouragement of it can be a stepping stone to doing so.

Please visit the RTA’s website at EagleCountyRTA.org to learn more.

Gina McCrackin is the new Climate Action Collaborative manager at Walking Mountains Science Center. The Climate Action Collaborative is working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Eagle County 50% by 2030 and 80% by 2050.

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Killexams : FinOps Foundation Research Shows Field of FinOps Expands as Companies Move to Cloud

New survey finds 45% of FinOps Practitioners make $100K-plus a year

PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- More companies in more industries are starting and growing FinOps teams and practices as they shift to the cloud and seek a better handle on forecasting and planning cloud migration and spend, according to a new survey conducted by the non-profit organization the FinOps Foundation

FinOps Foundation is dedicated to advancing people who practice the discipline of cloud financial management through best practices, education, and standards

FinOps, the field of cloud financial management, is also emerging as a lucrative career. More than 45% of practitioners surveyed make over $100K a year with the average career tenure at three years.

The State of FinOps 2022 survey, which helps companies better focus and innovate around real-time cloud financial management, included more than 1,000 FinOps practitioners from around the world and companies representing more than $40 billion in collective cloud spend. It is the second annual "State of FinOps" report.

The State of FinOps

This year's survey results underscore that Global 2000 companies continue to adopt FinOps and, while companies do so in a myriad of ways, the end result is a more scalable and successful FinOps culture and practice.

More than half of the respondents (54%) represent industries other than financial services and technology companies, indicating that FinOps is proliferating beyond the early adopters wanting to make sense of cloud costs. Respondents from industries included telecommunications, retail, manufacturing and Energy were included.

Also, 45% of respondents represented organizations with 10,000 or more employees. FinOps practitioners report to CTOs (43%), CIOs (24%) and CFOs (17%), indicating its cross functional role, but there were also regional variances in reporting structures

"This survey validates that FinOps isn't just a technical engineering discipline nor is it solely finance based. It's a cultural one that brings together finance, engineering, product and management," says J.R. Storment, executive director of the FinOps Foundation. "Coupled with the fact that most who responded were planning to nearly double the size of their FinOps teams in the next year, there are simply not enough skilled practitioners in this emerging field to fill all the open roles. What we learn from this work will shape how we continue to build and redefine best practices and education of FinOps for our global community of practitioners to fill that need."

Leading Challenges, Activities

Not surprisingly, cost allocation (the ability to report back where cloud spend originated by team or business unit) was identified as the No. 1 priority by 39% of practitioners and it ranked among the top 3 priorities for 64% of respondents surveyed.

While cost allocation is, by far, the leading FinOps activity, it also poses a cultural challenge. Repeating the top result of last year, encouraging engineers to take action on cost optimization remains a top challenge for all companies, although this does alter when you split it out by maturity of the FinOps practice.

Other Key FinOps Insights:

  • Automation is on the rise, with just 25% of respondents reporting that they have no automation, down from 49% in last year's survey. Of respondents who automate, budget overage notifications, reporting, and tagging hygiene are the most common things to automate.
  • Barriers to FinOps automation are driven by technical resource availability (35%) and FinOps adoption (29%).
  • The average FinOps team size is five, and teams are expected to grow. Many companies are in the early stages with 36% of respondents working on FinOps but lacking a team.
  • FinOps is being promoted almost equally via executive directive (46%), organic adoption (45%), and grass roots (43%).

Along with concerns around cost, enabling automation, container cost reporting and reducing wasted and unused resources were noted as key challenges to tackle in the year ahead, especially among respondents representing more advanced FinOps practices.

"These challenges grow in complexity as spend and usage grows," says Storment. "The FinOps Foundation community continues to tackle all of these challenges, creating practical guides and content for every member to use."

The FinOps Foundation has more than 7,000 active members and practitioners contributing to an industry-leading framework, which includes best practices and learnings from innovative organizations and cloud providers such as the Mayo Clinic, Chevron, Target, Box, Expedia, Atlassian, HSBC and Google Cloud Platform.

For more survey insights, access the report here and watch previous virtual events covering the data on the FInOps Foundation's YouTube channel

About the FinOps Foundation

The FinOps Foundation (F2) is a program of the non-profit trade association The Linux Foundation. It is dedicated to advancing every individual who manages the value of cloud with enriching connections, professional advancement, and building capabilities wherever they are. The FinOps Foundation community includes 7000+ individual members, from more than 2800 companies who consume public cloud including Atlassian, Spotify, HSBC, Fidelity, Adobe, Target, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Chevron. 

Contact: PR@LinuxFoundation.org

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Killexams : FinOps Foundation Research Shows Field of FinOps Expands as Companies Move to Cloud

New survey finds 45% of FinOps Practitioners make $100K-plus a year

PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- More companies in more industries are starting and growing FinOps teams and practices as they shift to the cloud and seek a better handle on forecasting and planning cloud migration and spend, according to a new survey conducted by the non-profit organization the FinOps Foundation

FinOps Foundation is dedicated to advancing people who practice the discipline of cloud financial management through best practices, education, and standards

FinOps, the field of cloud financial management, is also emerging as a lucrative career. More than 45% of practitioners surveyed make over $100K a year with the average career tenure at three years.

The State of FinOps 2022 survey, which helps companies better focus and innovate around real-time cloud financial management, included more than 1,000 FinOps practitioners from around the world and companies representing more than $40 billion in collective cloud spend. It is the second annual "State of FinOps" report.

The State of FinOps

This year's survey results underscore that Global 2000 companies continue to adopt FinOps and, while companies do so in a myriad of ways, the end result is a more scalable and successful FinOps culture and practice.

More than half of the respondents (54%) represent industries other than financial services and technology companies, indicating that FinOps is proliferating beyond the early adopters wanting to make sense of cloud costs. Respondents from industries included telecommunications, retail, manufacturing and Energy were included.

Also, 45% of respondents represented organizations with 10,000 or more employees. FinOps practitioners report to CTOs (43%), CIOs (24%) and CFOs (17%), indicating its cross functional role, but there were also regional variances in reporting structures

"This survey validates that FinOps isn't just a technical engineering discipline nor is it solely finance based. It's a cultural one that brings together finance, engineering, product and management," says J.R. Storment, executive director of the FinOps Foundation. "Coupled with the fact that most who responded were planning to nearly double the size of their FinOps teams in the next year, there are simply not enough skilled practitioners in this emerging field to fill all the open roles. What we learn from this work will shape how we continue to build and redefine best practices and education of FinOps for our global community of practitioners to fill that need."

Leading Challenges, Activities

Not surprisingly, cost allocation (the ability to report back where cloud spend originated by team or business unit) was identified as the No. 1 priority by 39% of practitioners and it ranked among the top 3 priorities for 64% of respondents surveyed.

While cost allocation is, by far, the leading FinOps activity, it also poses a cultural challenge. Repeating the top result of last year, encouraging engineers to take action on cost optimization remains a top challenge for all companies, although this does alter when you split it out by maturity of the FinOps practice.

Other Key FinOps Insights:

  • Automation is on the rise, with just 25% of respondents reporting that they have no automation, down from 49% in last year's survey. Of respondents who automate, budget overage notifications, reporting, and tagging hygiene are the most common things to automate.
  • Barriers to FinOps automation are driven by technical resource availability (35%) and FinOps adoption (29%).
  • The average FinOps team size is five, and teams are expected to grow. Many companies are in the early stages with 36% of respondents working on FinOps but lacking a team.
  • FinOps is being promoted almost equally via executive directive (46%), organic adoption (45%), and grass roots (43%).

Along with concerns around cost, enabling automation, container cost reporting and reducing wasted and unused resources were noted as key challenges to tackle in the year ahead, especially among respondents representing more advanced FinOps practices.

"These challenges grow in complexity as spend and usage grows," says Storment. "The FinOps Foundation community continues to tackle all of these challenges, creating practical guides and content for every member to use."

The FinOps Foundation has more than 7,000 active members and practitioners contributing to an industry-leading framework, which includes best practices and learnings from innovative organizations and cloud providers such as the Mayo Clinic, Chevron, Target, Box, Expedia, Atlassian, HSBC and Google Cloud Platform.

For more survey insights, access the report here and watch previous virtual events covering the data on the FInOps Foundation's YouTube channel

About the FinOps Foundation

The FinOps Foundation (F2) is a program of the non-profit trade association The Linux Foundation. It is dedicated to advancing every individual who manages the value of cloud with enriching connections, professional advancement, and building capabilities wherever they are. The FinOps Foundation community includes 7000+ individual members, from more than 2800 companies who consume public cloud including Atlassian, Spotify, HSBC, Fidelity, Adobe, Target, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Chevron. 

Contact: PR@LinuxFoundation.org

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SOURCE FinOps Foundation

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